When Does the Next January Sale Start?

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Most shops in the UK usually have their January sales towards the end of December and the first few days of the month. Shops that have January sales more often include; Debenhams, Argos, John Lewis and Dixons.
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The January sales are generally in January or at the very earliest in December. They are a way of getting rid of the old and in with the new to provide room for new styles and stock.
Typically if a sale is called a January Sale, it will start on January 1 and last until January 31, but it may not last the whole month. This will depend on the store and it would be best to ask the store manager.
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In Ireland they're starting at 7:00am on boxing day, sucks for the people who have to work there!
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I think they start soon and are on for a few weeks.
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Most stores already have sales on now. It is quite a few years since they actually started in January although there are one or two stores (Harrods et al) who still maintain the tradition
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They normally start just before christmas (especially with retail sales being so slow over the last couples of years). The official sales start on Boxing Day (best to pick up some
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